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Explaining altruistic behavior in humans Herbert Gintis ab Samuel Bowles ab Robert Boyd Ernst Fehr Santa Fe Institute Hyde Park Road Santa Fe NM USA Department of Economics University of Massach

One such trait strong reciprocity is a predisposition to cooperate with others and to punish those who violate the norms of cooperation at personal cost even when it is implausible to expect that these costs will be repaid We present evidence suppor

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Explaining altruistic behavior in humans Herbert Gintis ab Samuel Bowles ab Robert Boyd Ernst Fehr Santa Fe Institute Hyde Park Road Santa Fe NM USA Department of Economics University of Massach






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